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Michigan’s Greta Van Fleet ‘Peaceful Army’ marches on the World

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The rising rock band from Frankenmuth, Michigan, Greta Van Fleet, just announced their “March of the Peaceful Army” World Tour last week Wednesday spanning from Australia to Europe and then back to North America.

This tour will support the band’s upcoming album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army, which will be released October 19.

Greta Van Fleet’s lead guitarist, Jake Kiszka, taken June 2, 2018 at Rock im Park by Stefan Brending.

As of now the tour lineup does not currently include a pit stop at Michigan; however the band plans to play in Cleveland and Madison, Wisconsin for the tour final in June. But, according to their news release, more dates will be announced as the the tour approaches.

Six years ago this classic rock quartet that now has fans like Elton John, was playing in Michigan roadside bars where they weren’t even old enough to drink. With the release of their first single “Highway Tune” they rung the number one spot in the rock charts last year.  This year their, When The Curtain Falls, EP is currently at the number three spot on the Rock Radio charts.

Their fans, whether old Zep-heads reliving the “Golden Age of Rock” or the new wave of rock listeners, have given nothing but love but to the band. Greta Van Fleet found themselves swimming in giant crowds of 2,000 to 3,000 people as well as featuring in popular festivals, such as Coachella.

Line Up for the “March of the Peaceful Army” World Tour:

29  Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia

 3  Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane, Australia
 5  Forum Theatre, Melbourne, Australia
 8  Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
22   Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
24   Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
25   Zenith, Munich, Germany
27   AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands
28   Lotto Arena, Antwerp, Belgium

3    Zenith, Paris, France
5    Newcastle 02 Academy, Newcastle, UK
7    02 Academy, Glasgow, UK
8    02 Academy Leeds, Leeds, UK
10   Rock City, Nottingham, UK
11   Montford Hall, Liverpool, UK
13   Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

7    Bayfront Park Amphitheatre, Miami
9    Daily’s Place Amphitheatre, Jacksonville
10   Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds, Orlando
12   Fox Theatre, Atlanta
13   Fox Theatre, Atlanta
15   Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre, Charlotte
16   Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh
18   The Stone Pony Summer Stage, Asbury Park, NJ
21   MECU Pavilion, Baltimore
22   The Dome, Rochester, NY
25   Forest Hills Stadium, Queens, NY
28   Echo Beach, Toronto

2    Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, Cleveland
4    Breese Stevens Field, Madison, WI

Lainie Scott

This is my senior year at Gull Lake High school, and my second year apart of The Reflection staff.  This year I am the feature/entertainment editor, and I am looking forward to see where my writing can take me.


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